ServiceTick attributes its 600 per cent revenue growth to innovative technology and growing focus on customer experience.

ServiceTick today announced that it has been ranked number 43 in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 50, a ranking of the 50 fastest-growing technology companies in the UK. Rankings are based on percentage revenue growth over the last five years. ServiceTick grew 600 per cent during this period.Deloitte winner

ServiceTick’s CEO, Kevin Goodings, credits the company’s innovative technology and an expanded focus on improving customer experience with the company’s 600 per cent revenue growth over the past five years. He said: “We are thrilled to be recognised as one of the UK’s fastest growing tech companies; and I thank all our clients for recognising the value that ServiceTick has brought to their business. Our aim is to continue to deliver products and services that help our clients deliver world class customer service either online or via the contact centre.”

David Halstead, Partner leading the Deloitte Technology Fast 50, said: “The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 gives great profile to technology companies and is internationally recognised as being one of the most important business awards in the sector”.

“The 2014 Deloitte Fast 50 shows that tremendous growth rates are still possible, with software sectors showing particular strength, they have had the greatest amount of entries in the past five years.”

“The Technology Fast 50 awards are an opportunity for businesses to gain recognition for their successes and achievements over the last five years.”

“The 50 fastest growing UK technology companies generated over £963 million in total annual revenues in the year 2013/14, employing more than 8,500 people and recorded an average five-year growth rate of 1,695 per cent, according to the Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50.”

“The awards are an opportunity for businesses to gain recognition for their successes and achievements. This year’s ranking highlights the importance of being innovative and finding a niche product or service, to beat the recession.”

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